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Frasers Hospitality has been awarded the title off Middle East’s Leading Serviced Apartment Brand by the World Travel Awards at a Gala Ceremony in Dubai.Frasers Hospitality

Recognising its commitment to excellence and continual endeavours to improve its offerings, Frasers also received top honours for each of its properties in the region –

Bahrain’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Seef Bahrain, Qatar’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Doha and Dubai’s Leading Serviced Apartments for Fraser Suites Dubai.

The ultimate hallmark of quality, often regarded as the travel industry Oscars, the World Travel Awards is the largest, most comprehensive and prestigious awards in the travel industry voted by travel and tourism professionals worldwide.

“We have been committed to building a strong presence in the Middle East and are honoured to receive these awards as they are an endorsement of the region’s growing recognition and trust in the Frasers brand,” said Guus Bakker, chief operating officer, Europe & Middle East, Frasers Hospitality.

“The Middle East is an exciting market for us and we will continue to strengthen our position here with our diverse portfolio of brand offerings to cater to the growing demand for Gold-Standard serviced accommodation in this region.”

Frasers Hospitality’s current portfolio, including those in the pipeline, stands at 77 properties in 41 key gateway cities, and more than 13,000 apartments worldwide.

Source : Frasers and http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/

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FrasersA world leader in serviced residences and luxury apartments, Frasers Hospitality has been conferred the World’s Leading Serviced Apartment Brand at the World Travel Awards.

Recognised globally as the ultimate hallmark of quality and often regarded as the “travel Oscars”, the World Travel Awards is the largest, most comprehensive and prestigious awards in the travel industry.

This is the first time in a 20-year history that the World Travel Awards has been extended to the serviced apartment sector.

This accolade, which recognises Frasers’ commitment to excellence as a global serviced residence provider as voted by travel and tourism professionals worldwide, comes hot on the heels of other industry awards received in recent weeks.

Choe Peng Sum, chief executive, Frasers Hospitality, said: “This award reaffirms the strong brand reputation we have built over the past 14 years and is testament to the distinct quality and consistency of our service offerings across our 76 properties worldwide.

“Winning recognition from the industry and those who have been instrumental to our success is a great honour.

Frasers Hospitality current maintains a portfolio of 76, including those in the pipeline, situated in 41 key gateway cities worldwide.

Source : http://www.breakingtravelnews.com

Oakwood was recognized as Asia’s Leading Serviced Apartment Brand” at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Asia, Australasia & Indian Ocean gala dinner-ceremony held in Singapore.

Established 19 years ago, the WTA celebrate excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry. Nominations are gathered by region and voting is carried out by an audience of 213,000 travel agents and tourism professionals from 164 countries, including visitors to WTA’s website who are encouraged to submit their votes via the online voting system.

Oakwood Asia Pacific’s Managing Director PG Mathew said: “We are honored to receive this award on the first year that the World Travel Awards are giving recognition to Serviced Apartments in a separate category.”

“We thank our partners, clients, guests and associates whose continued support strengthens our commitment to deliver superior products and services that exceed expectations and provide exceptional experiences every time, in every city that Oakwood is present. We also acknowledge the World Travel Awards for recognizing the role of serviced apartments in the hospitality industry and their increasing importance in serving the needs of the modern global traveler.”